Beastie Boys ‘Sabotage’ Video Recreated With Little Kids
Get ready to have your minds blown, Beastie Boys fans, because the classic video for the tune 'Sabotage' has been re-enacted by little kids. In a loving tribute to the recently deceased Adam 'MCA' Yauch, the kids in this video for 'Sabotage' don awesome wigs, chase down criminals, bet on games of Connect Four and get thrown off buildings.
'Sabotage' is one of the Beastie Boys' most celebrated songs, with the music video known as an imperishable piece of both rock history. As a cornerstone of the MTV music video era, 'Sabotage' was the first single released from the group's 1994 album, 'Ill Communication.' The song was also nominated for a Grammy Award, was ranked No. 19 on VH1's '100 Greatest Songs of the '90s' and made Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.'
This hilarious video tribute reminds us of how great the 'Sabotage' video really was while hitting that soft spot we all have for Brooklyn's finest. Shot in the same high-energy, shaky and awesomely corny fashion, it isn't much of a stretch to say that if this was the actual video for 'Sabotage,' the fan reaction may have garnered a similar response to the video we all know and love.
Check out the reenactment of the Beastie Boys classic 'Sabotage' in the video below.